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Authors Articles by Victor Martinez '22, Associate Editor

Victor Martinez '22, Associate Editor

Victor Martinez '22, Associate Editor
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I enjoy playing sports such as soccer and playing games with my freinds, i work hard when i need to and always come in clutch!
The ten 10 clean white 4.5-inch pins once standing proudly now look down the lane in fear. Across those 60 feet of synthetic planks comes rolling down a ball. The sound of the impact echoes on the lanes and rolling noise slowly increases. The pins watch as the ball closes in and BOOM! A strike! And so, with the...
10 clean white 4.5-inch pins stand proudly, the tail of the lane standing before the pit. Across 60 feet of synthetic planks is a fine coat of oil, and at the approach stands a bowler. With ball in hand and goal in mind, he is ready to win it all. And so, with the first game of the season...
On August 29, 2019, the first Medical Society meeting was held in Hughes Hall, along with an ice cream social. If you couldn't make it, we'll be going through the details in this article. At The Meeting: Will Nickols '20, the club president, first introduced himself to returning members, followed by Vice President Jack Walker '20, Secretary Ermias Belay '20, and...
A few weeks ago, as you walked into the info commons, several objects caught your eye: a few games, some house models, some statues, shields, tridents, Polyphemus, some mosaics, a bow, and a giant loom. What exactly are these for, you might ask? These are a few works done by Latin students for their Winter Project.   The Art Project The Winter...
As the second semester begins, we return back to a new Jesuit: new schedules, new classes... and new rules? This semester, a homeroom will now have to clean the cafeteria after breakfast. So, is this a rule to appreciate or disdain? The Good The student-operated cleaning crew can be seen as an asset to Jesuit, as Deo Shaji ‘22 said, “students should...
As the school year began, the school introduced us to the newest member of Jesuit security, Officer Brian Feinstein. Now, since he is a new member of the facility, let’s get to know him. Mr. Feinstein was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. He went to school there until college, graduating from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He majored...
During the tennis season, Jesuit Dallas had an interesting season with some good games against their many opponents. Today, we shall go over three of their fine matches between the Allen Eagles, Plano East Panthers, and the McKinney Lions.   Plano East Their third game against Plano East was a win with a score of 16-6. The gathering of some of...
As you walk in, you see the entrance overflowing with beach decorations. Palm trees and beach balls populate the foyer, converting the Terry Center to a fun seaside landscape. You go up the steps and see two rows of poker and blackjack tables filled with awkward freshmen. Then you walk into the assembly hall, complete with vivid music and...

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